The Global Media Forum concluded with an appeal by DW Director General Peter Limbourg, who encouraged media leaders "to take a clear stance", which is reflected in the title of GMF 2016: "Media. Freedom. Values." Go to article
Social media has made communication much easier, but extremists use this very method to spread terrorist ideas. Governments and NGOs are finding it tough to catch up, as experts discussed at DW's Global Media Forum. Go to article
DW’s new TV programming presents more detailed news and deeper analysis with unique regional expertise to heighten coverage. International viewers can also join the conversation with a interactive app in 29 languages. Go to article
In a prize ceremony at the Global Media Forum in Bonn, Germany, on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, Deutsche Welle celebrated the winners of it annual prize competition "The Bobs – Best of Online Activism". Go to article
After three days of spirited discussions, thousands of tweets and many best practice journalism sessions, DW’s Global Media Forum wrapped up in Bonn on Wednesday - and provided a glimpse of what to expect next year. Go to article
The digital revolution is changing the practice of foreign policy, but we haven't yet seen the full inevitability of technological progress, say five experts at the Global Media Forum on June 23, 2015, in Bonn. Go to article
Empower women through hashtags – New ways to sustainable conflict resolution? This was the central question of an interactive workshop during the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum on June 23, in Bonn. Go to article
The Bobs awards honour online projects that transcend language and cultural barriers.
The winners of DW's three main Bobs awards this year come from Bangladesh, Syria and Mexico.
How does media influence foreign policy? That's the focus of the 2015 Global Media Forum in Bonn.
The media keep chasing after the latest news. Often, post-conflict societies slip off the radar.
Traditionally our partners from the European Youth Press set up a special GMF-edition of their Orange Magazine. All articles are now online with a lot of exciting insights from behind the scenes.
Ensaf Haidar has made the battle for the release of her husband from prison her life's work. The wife of Saudi blogger Raif Badawi is passionate about the challenge, even in the face of opposition from her own family.
From its new studio, DW aims to reach more viewers with first-hand information and in-depth research. The broadcaster also has a new slogan to coincide with the launch of its English-language news channel.
Klaus Bergmann, head of International Relations at Deutsche Welle, elected chairman of EBU International Broadcasting Assembly.
Dwindling resources and the exploitation of existing resources are problems that need solving, whether through innovation, policy or changes in ways of doing business, say experts at the Global Media Forum in Bonn.
Wearing bullet-proof vests, journalists often report right from the battle lines. But they soon lose interest once hostilites cease. At DW's Global Media Forum, experts debated the consequences of that.
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